Top speakers confirmed for African Energy's power and renewables meeting
Africa Investment Exchange: Power and Renewables
19-20 November, London
Co-produced by African Energy, AIX: Power & Renewables will focus on addressing the challenges facing investors and the innovative structures emerging from deals along the electricity value chain.
AIX: Power & Renewables is sponsored by Actis, FMO, Globeleq and InfraCo Africa and supported by the US Chamber of Commerce, and the Business Council for Africa.
Proceedings will be held under the Chatham House Rule and structured round a series of interactive panel-led sessions to encourage an open exchange of views.
Karl Fickenscher Deputy Co-ordinator Power Africa, USA Peter Ballinger, Managing Director, South Africa, OPIC Silas Zimu, Special Advisor on Energy to the South African President Akinwole Omoboriowo II, Chief Executive Officer, Genesis Electricity, Nigeria Sam Amadi Chief Executive Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission, Nigeria Cheick-Oumar Sylla, CEO Africa, Contour Global Paul Kunert, Director, Havergate Infrastructure Partners Christos Antonopoulos, Chief Executive Officer, Lekela Power, UK Adrian Mucalov, Director Energy, Actis, UK Alex Katon, Executive Director, InfraCo Africa, UK Bertrand Belben, Senior Business Developer, InfraCo Africa, UK Jasandra Nyker, Chief Executive Officer, Biotherm Energy, South Africa Mike Mulcahy, Project Executive, Atlantis Special Economic Zone ,South Africa Pankaj Gupta, Manager Guarantee Program World Bank, USA Elvira Eurlings, Director Energy Department, FMO, Netherlands Pradeep Pursnani, Deputy Director - COO, Shell Foundation
Plus senior representatives from AIIM, Belgian Investment Company for Developing Countries BIO, DEG, UK Department for International Development (DfID), DeRisk, DLA Piper, Fieldstone Private Capital Group, Globeleq, Green Energy Global, Green Investment Bank, GreenMax Capital Investors, Hg Capital, IFC, Impala Energy, Jinko Solar, Mainstream Renewable Power, Norfund, Partners Group, Siemens, UK Export Finance